Features

November 2006 Issue

Your Cat's Sense of Smell

It plays an important role in communication, social behavior, sexual activity and food appreciation.

When it comes to nosing around, a cat has a major paws up on its human caregiver. The furry feline that occupies your house has a whopping 60-to-80 million olfactory cells compared to a humanís five-to-20 million cells.

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